Ask the Lawyer with MICHAEL N. CONNORS Esq. Mr. Connors opened his private practice in Bay Ridge in 1981. He specializes in Trusts and Estates with a strong emphasis in Estate Planning and Elder Law. Ask the Lawyer features Michael’s legal advice as he answers listener questions and shares his insights on protecting what you have worked so hard to earn. Weekly, Ask the Lawyer features interviews and guests related to Mr. Connors interests outside the law. Guests and topics include: The Civil War, Film Producers and Writers international political and religious leaders. Wide ranging, fun, informative radio that’s Ask the Lawyer with Michael Connors.
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About Michael N. Connors Esq.
MICHAEL N. CONNORS was born in 1950 on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. His family moved to Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, in 1954, and he remains there today with his wife and son. After his 1972 graduation from Pace University, Mr. Connors served in the United States Army with the Military Police in Germany. Upon his honorable discharge he enrolled in Brooklyn Law School, and graduated in 1979 (Magister: Phi Delta Phi, 1978-1979). Mr. Connors opened his private practice in Bay Ridge in 1981 and formed Connors and Sullivan in 1986. He specializes in Trusts and Estates with a strong emphasis in Estate Planning and Elder Law.
Through regular seminars Mr. Connors devotes much of his time to educating the community on estate planning. In particular, these seminars focus on asset protection and taxation. Mr. Connors has shared his estate planning expertise with innumerable churches, community centers, hospitals, and nursing homes. For the benefit of their employees, HBO filmed Mr. Connors seminar, Elder Care and the Law. Mr. Connors also regularly appeared on the cable television show Ask the Lawyer, a production of the Prayer Channel (now NET). He has also appeared on CNN-NY1 News and ABC News. Mr. Connors has received numerous awards, including the Bay Ridge Community Council Annual Civic Award and he was selected as the 2010 Bay Ridge St. Patrick's Day Parade Grand Marshal. Mr. Connors served on the New York State Governor's Advisory Committee for the Aging for more than fifteen years and the New York State Ethics Commission Public Advisory Council for more than six years. He is currently the Judge Advocate General for the Catholic War Veterans, Department of New York and the Catholic War Veterans of the United States of America. Mr. Connors also serves on the Board of Directors of The Civil War Round Table of New York and is a member of the Manhattan Chapter of Legatus.
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